Kitty's point of view
hello i am 65 years old and i think you are technically wrong. Your website sucks and I will never go on this website again
Jefferey ThomasBarry's Response
- Jefferey, it's over a thousand pages now. Congratulations if you can put together a concise opinion after reviewing even half of them. Whether or not interested in weather, air,
pollution or meteorology. Thanks for your input.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website, even if it did not meet your expectations.
Everybody has their own preferences and tastes when it comes to information sources.
Even though our website didn't give you the experience you were looking for, I hope you don't give up on science. We can all learn so much about our universe through science, and it can ignite a sense of wonder and awe.
You can expand your knowledge and captivate your interest with a ton of other resources. Explore science books, documentaries, podcasts, or even local science events. Explore topics that interest you, whether it's astronomy, biology, physics, or anything else.
Science is a journey of discovery,
and we all have our own paths. Let the wonders of science continue to captivate you, and embrace your thirst for knowledge. Maybe you'll find fascinating insights that inspire and amaze you.
I wish I knew what knowledge you were looking for. This site has a lot of stuff for everyone...especially those doing informal and rudimentary research in the fields covered. We don't publish original scientific whitepapers here. There are online sources dedicated to that service, but they're expensive.
The purple buttons in the upper left with yellow text are the best place to start if you're looking for free summaries of well-known, specialized knowledge. Most of these scientific articles are on weather, weather equipment, upper atmosphere, satellites, and radar. Here's some more stuff to check out:Search
this site for more information now.
I hope you find other ways to quench your thirst for knowledge and indulge in the wonders of the scientific world. Let your curiosity lead the way, keep your mind open, and embrace learning.
Best wishes for many enlightening and fulfilling scientific adventures!